Xylem has launched a new, enhanced version of the company’s online pump selection tool, Xylect. The upgraded product database now delivers Xylem’s expertise and experience directly to customers via a desktop and tablet-friendly website as well as a smart phone app, providing customers with quick and easy access to detailed product information and analysis of Xylem’s Flygt, Lowara and Godwin pump and mixer ranges. Following close consultation with water and wastewater consultants, application engineers, and sales technicians, Xylem has upgraded the popular tool, making it significantly more intuitive and user-friendly.
The next generation of Xylect makes product selection easier than ever before as customers can input their specific requirements and readily identify the ideal solution from a range of Xylem’s brands. Xylect allows users to create hydraulic scenarios to identify the optimum solution for diverse pumping conditions.
Enhanced features include:
- Faster, more intuitive navigation and streamlined workflow
- Superior search functionality delivering more accurate results
- Enlarged graph size and new full screen mode
- Improved analysis capabilities
- Enhanced ‘Projects’ section for review of engineering projects
With the Xylect website available in over 15 languages and support for iOS and Android devices, customers can search by application, product type, or by specifying the required flow and head.
Joe Vesey, Chief Marketing Officer, Xylem said, “Xylect is now one of the most advanced and comprehensive selection and analysis tools on the pump market, delivering Xylem’s expertise directly to our customers and partners simply, across a range of platforms. We’ve listened closely to our customers around the world to develop a highly intuitive, smart tool that makes their day-to-day job easier. Our customers often work on site so being able to access information on the move is hugely important to them. The result is a significantly enhanced Xylect experience designed to help customers solve complex water challenges.”